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1. How do you set a DNS server to a cache only DNS server?

2. What is the Powercfg.exe tool?

3. What does the Ping -6 option do?

4. How do you add the Windows 7 VHD to the boot choices menu?

5. How many bits are in the GLOBAL/UNIQUE LOCAL prefix?

6. Where is the Troubleshoot option for fixing common problems located?

7. What is the command to set a collecting computer for event log forwarding?

8. What does the max=32000 mean in 'create vdisk file = c: vhd windows 7 vhdfilename.vhd max = 32000'

9. What port uses PPTP uses?

10. What is BCD?

11. What should you do to provide redundancy in DNS dynamic updates?

12. What does the WSUS DB Store?

13. What is WPA-PSK?

14. How do you setup multiple mx records?

15. How do you verify your IPV6 address?

16. What tool is used to manage shadowcopies?

17. Can configure a GPO to prevent all removable storage devices?

18. How do you calculate the number of host addresses in a give subnet?

19. Windows firewall can be configured to ___________.

20. How can you can upgrade an offline image's Windows 7 edition?

21. How do you view failed WSUS updates on the client PC?

22. What is Touch UI?

23. What should you use for enhanced wireless security?

24. What does Windows XP Mode for Windows 7 makes it easy to do?

25. Why would you deploy an application compatibility database across multiple computers?

26. What is "Transparent Caching"?

27. What does DirectAccess uses to authenticate?

28. What can storage reports be used for?

29. You cannot delete an individual restore point - but you can either delete all restore points or all but the most recent restore point. Deleting restore points temporarily frees up disk space. As new restore points are created - disk space will be use

30. What is User Account Control (UAC)?

31. Is the DHCP automatically authorized in active directory?

32. What does the MigDocs.xml file do?

33. What is a bootstrap wireless profile?

34. Does the Advanced Firewall already has a predefined Homegroup inbound rule?

35. What does Internet Explorer store while you are surfing using InPrivate Browsing?

36. What is Bootsect.exe?

37. What type of router can RRAS be configured as?

38. What is an example of a rule based on file attributes derived from the digital signature?

39. How do you prevent Forms Based Credentials from being saved?

40. What are IPV6 host records in DNS?

41. What does it mean to Extend a Basic Disk Volume?

42. What sites support Integrated Windows Authentication?

43. What is AppLocker?

44. What event viewer log is the Radius server (NPS) logs stored?

45. How can you secure file transfers across a network?

46. How do you enable a recovery agent?

47. What do wireless access points need in order for NAP to enforce wireless access policy (WAP)?

48. What are a few types of NAP enforcement points?

49. What does Cipher /X do?

50. How do client computers get configured to use a WSUS server?